Answer? Not a grape.
Unfortunately, the answer lies in the front row of this picture, 3rd from the left.
Greenpeace is at it again. This past weekend, 700 French "volunteers posed nude in a French vineyard to send a message about climate change". I'm not exactly sure what message they intended to send. Maybe that climate change causes the family raisins to shrivel? Whatever the message, I'm sure it will compel world leaders to attend the U.N.'s Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December. I'm also sure this conference will have a positive impact on the Bordeaux and the bordello business.
An open letter from Greenpeace...
We're not asking you to take your clothes off in Copenhagen - but we do expect you to be there - to sign a fair, ambitious and binding deal to save the future of our planet. A half-decent climate treaty simply won't do.
The president has instructed me to inform you that he refuses to run nude through Copenhagen. One humiliating spanking with his pants down there was quite enough, thank you.
WH Press Sect., Robert Gibbs